It was a lovely afternoon of art making at the MoNA with My Refuge House girls. Resident artist Paulina Constancia showed the girls how they can make art just using their fingers.
First, they were made to explore emotions through fingerprinting…
Then there were more exercises in creating fingerprinting design, but the main output of the session was the creation of a peacock using fingerprints..
Check out the MRH girls’ masterpieces – simply amazing!
Thank you girls for inspiring us at the MoNA with your rainbow renditions of the majestic peacock.
We had a special guest dropping by during the workshop – retired Professor Thelma Lee- Mendoza, She was formerly professor and chairperson of social work in the College of Social Work and Community Development of the University of the Philippines, from which she retired in 1999 after 37 years of service. One of the girls who’s a Social Work student happened to recognize her–“you are the author of my textbook!”
FYI- Thelma Lee-Mendoza is Paulina Constancia’s auntie.